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Trump in quarantine as top aide Hope Hicks tests positive for coronavirus
Hope Hicks was aboard the presidential helicopter with Mr Trump on Wednesday.
Subway rolls ruled too sugary to be bread in Ireland
A court says the bread used in the firm's hot sandwiches must be taxed because of its sugar content.
Texas governor cuts back on voting locations weeks before election
Critics accuse the Republican governor of voter suppression, just weeks before the election.

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Playboy goes from private to public in new venture
The adult entertainment empire is to go public again nine years after founder Hugh Hefner took it private
Nearly 20,000 Covid-19 cases among Amazon workers
The tech giant said the rate is lower than in the wider population and defended its control measures.
Trump condemns all white supremacists after Proud Boys row
The president explicitly condemned the Proud Boys group that he had previously urged to "stand by".
EU warns Turkey of sanctions over 'provocations' in Mediterranean
EU leaders are meeting as member Greece is locked in a row with Turkey over energy and sea borders.
Chinese vlogger dies after 'set on fire by ex during live stream'
The death of Lamu has prompted discussion online about violence against women in China.
Covid-19: What’s behind India’s coronavirus deaths?
India is on the verge of reporting 100,000 deaths, and some states have been hit harder than others.
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Governments have invested millions on cycling during the pandemic. Here's what's changed.
Africa's week in pictures: 25 September-1 October 2020
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.
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US airlines lay off thousands of staff as federal relief ends
More than 30,000 employees are laid off amid deadlock over a new government bailout package.
US Election 2020: Can you trust the polls?
Did US election polling get it wrong in 2016? Reality Check considers whether polls can predict who'll be the next US president.
Avoiding war in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict
Ros Atkins explains why despite calls for a ceasefire, fighting over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh continues to intensify.
Driverless taxis now for hire in Shanghai
Driverless taxis are now available in China’s biggest city, Shanghai. The BBC took a ride.
Joyce Echaquan: Trudeau decries 'systemic racism' after indigenous woman death
A video of a dying indigenous woman being insulted by hospital staff is being widely condemned.
The voice of Boris Johnson and Donald Trump on Spitting Image
Comedian Matt Forde on his impressions of the British prime minister and the US president.
C$1m cash and guns seized in police raid on 'illegal casino' at mansion in Canada
Video shows Canadian police raiding an alleged operation at a lavish mansion in Ontario.
How to avoid another Trump-Biden 'car-crash' debate
Should we mute the microphones, find a better referee, or cancel them altogether?
NY Times reviews IS reporting amid hoax accusation
A Canadian interviewee's arrest on hoax-terrorism charges prompts a review of his media portrayal.
Delphine Boël: Belgium ex-king's love child wins royal titles
A court has ruled that Daphne Boël and her children can claim the title of Princess of Belgium.
Coronavirus: Paris poised for maximum Covid alert
France's health minister has warned that new measures could be introduced by Monday.
Amazon doorbell spooks owners with phantom chimes
Amazon says issues with its Ring bell were caused by infrastructure delays and apologises to owners.
Joyce Echaquan death: Canada PM Trudeau decries 'worst form of racism'
PM Justin Trudeau joins the outcry over the treatment of Joyce Echaquan in a Quebec hospital.
China holiday: Millions on the move for Golden Week
It's estimated that 550 million people will travel domestically during the eight-day holiday.
Turkey and Greece set up military hotline amid energy tensions
The two countries are locked in a row over energy resources and borders in the Mediterranean.
Lebanon and Israel to hold 'historic' maritime border talks
The US says it brokered the "historic agreement" between the two nations, which are formally at war.
US Senate subpoenas heads of Google, Facebook and Twitter
Sundar Pichai, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey will be quizzed by senators.
What wobbling rocks can tell us about nuclear safety
How precariously balanced rocks will inform the earthquake hazards faced by critical infrastructure.
US football team walk off after 'homophobic slur'
San Diego Loyal forfeit a match in protest after an alleged homophobic comment was aimed at their midfielder Collin Martin, who is gay.
US cyclist apologises for 'divisive' tweet
Trek-Segafredo's junior road race world champion Quinn Simmons apologises after he made "divisive, incendiary, and detrimental" statements on Twitter.
Coronavirus risks ‘greatest surge in child marriages in 25 years’
A charity says the pandemic is threatening to reverse 25 years of progress on ending child marriage.
California wildfires: Glass Fire as seen by firefighters
Firefighters film their journey through the Glass Fire, one of many wildfires burning in California.
Alexei Navalny blames Vladimir Putin for poisoning him
Germany says Alexei Navalny was poisoned by a Novichok agent but the Kremlin denies any involvement.
French Open 2020: Kiki Bertens accused of exaggerating injury after leaving court in wheelchair
Fifth seed Kiki Bertens leaves the court in a wheelchair after her victory over Sara Errani before being accused by the Italian of exaggerating her injury.



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